Shines through dried citrus ornaments from the garden.
In the garden this week we turned this
This. Each class made a veggie platter complete with a green goddess dressing.
Welcome back. This is one of the many new additions to our garden. It is a rainbow garden with each color represented.
Used the red clover sprouts that they started the week before to make a delicous salad this week.
Showing their true colors.
Making seeds balls out of Clay, Compost and California poppy seeds.
Sprouting Sunflower and Red Clover seeds in jars
Dissecting and recording some of the important parts of the lima bean
Prepared by the sixth grade last week as a part of their prayer for Pachamama lesson.
Learning about clay as a soil particle and a raw material for toy making. Can you guess what they are?
With some of the nursery students last week.
Some of the artifacts are in the foreground.
Conducting an archaeological dig last Thursday.
The third graders learned the importance of creative recycling this week.
Rolling the excess vasa out of the recycled paper they made this morning.
Earning a well deserved radish break after having a garden workday Tuesday.
Last week harvesting radish.
This is what the paper looks like before it has completely dried out.
Oyster mushroom fungus experiment.
Finished succulent garden ready to go home.
Making succulent gardens.
Notice the distinct layers of soil, moss, charcoal and rocks that make these mini ecosystems self sustaining.
K1 students look for life beneath some if our blueberries bushes.
8:45 am Monday 1/14/13